FMF NEWSLETTER 30 October 2019


FMF NEWSLETTER 30 October 2019   
ARTICLE of the week  

Time for South Africans to live and let live – TEMBA NOLUTSHUNGU

The country’s economic junk status is a direct result of policy intransigence. Current government decisions appear to be based on a lack of consideration for the lessons of history. Economies are fragile. Persistent adverse policy-making breaks down an economy, reduces productive investment and economic activity, and causes untold harm to citizens.

It is time for a policy about-turn. One that places the interests of the people above the narrow interests of politicians at the helm of the government and their rent-seeking bedfellows. Policies to bring about dramatic positive changes would include:

  1. Abandon all race-based legislation and regulations that cause racial tensions, slow economic growth, and increase - not reduce - the poverty of the poor.

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Latest FMF event video (WATCH)   

Human apes to human robots – DAWIE ROODT


Wednesday, 13 November 2019 EVENING EVENT The current state of the airline industry and the airline industry of the state Erik Venter, highly respected, long serving ex CEO of Comair – 17:45 for 18h15 @ FMFRSVP

NHI Bill  

NB: The proposed draft of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill is open for comment.
Interested parties are invited to submit written comments on the proposed Bill.
The deadline is 29 November 2019.
More details can be found

Read: Pause the NHI, fix the public health sector first
Latest FREE MARKETEERS podcasts  

Tax collection nosedive and Eskom 'can't afford' layoffs
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FMF in the media  

Media Digest & Cuttings SEPTEMBER 2019 for all media coverage

WORTH reading  

How to destroy a country – The South African story
Why Mboweni’s budget speech will probably be a damp squib
Politicians are people, too – and that should scare you
Why Austrian-School economists tend to be libertarians




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